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Saturday 21 April 2018

Hallam Criminology Society Student Journal

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This internet journal offers an opportunity for high quality student dissertations to be displayed on the internet to encourage disseminate of ideas. Undergraduate dissertations should have attracted a first class mark and masters dissertations will be treated on their individual merit. Although each submission will be approved before publication this is not a formal peer review process.


Papers on the following subjects will be considered:

  • topics from criminological studies

  • forensic psychology

  • community and criminal justice

  • policing

  • socio-legal studies

  • criminal justice policy making and sociology of deviance.


To submit an article (as a single word document or pdf file) please complete the form below.


All articles published will be free to access.  Free downloading of any article published is permissible.


Dissertations for publication can be submitted at any time of year and will be published, once approved, as soon as practicable.

Click here to view all dissertations published by the HCS Journal

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Submit your Dissertation for Publication
I confirm I am the Author of this paper »
If applicable, I confirm my insitution has given permission for publication on the CJP »
I give non-exclusive permission for the CJP to publish my dissertation online »
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By submitting a dissertation for publication, you confirm that the paper meets the requirements set out above.  You also confirm that you are the author of the paper, and have, if necessary the permission of your institution to publish this work on the Community Justice Portal.


This publication agreement is non-exclusive, and copyright of the material remains with the author at all times.


The papers published in this online journal do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Hallam Criminology Society, Sheffield Hallam University or the Community Justice Portal.  The Hallam Criminology Society, Sheffield Hallam University and the Community Justice Portal can not be held responsible for the content of these publications.